For Further Opportunities Please Check Out Our List of Area Non Profits and Churches
The American Legion is looking for students to help serve meals on Monday nights from 5-7pm. If you are interested in some service hours please contact Mr. Paul to sign up.
The athletic Department is in need of people to run the camera at the scoretable during boys and girls basketball games. They also need people to sell bean bags at varsity boys basketball games. These activities can earn you up to 3 hours of service. If you are interested please see Mr. Pau. It is a first come first serve basis.
Make an impact on students in your community.
We need your help to spread the word to high school and college students about a great leadership program. Leaders Save Lives is an opportunity for students to help save lives with the American Red Cross. Students may also become eligible to win a scholarship^ and earn an Amazon.comGift Card.*Here's how students can get involved.
Encourage the students you know to sign up to host a Leaders Save Lives blood drive during summer break. Thank you for supporting the blood program and the youth in your community!Your American Red Cross
- Check out Leaders Save Lives and sign up to host a summer blood drive.
- Recruit friends and family to give blood.
- Feel great about the accomplishment of helping save lives with the American Red Cross!
"At first, I decided to host a blood drive to gain volunteer hours for school; however, as I continued to work with the Red Cross, I realized that hosting a blood drive taught me how to be a leader and how to contribute to my community. I gained communication skills, leadership skills, and the ability to give back to my community in a different way."
– Ellie Martin, 2016 Leaders Save Lives participant
FTMC is currently looking for volunteers for a variety of jobs at the hospital. If interested please contact the FTMC Human Resources Department.
Village of Monroeville
Contact: Village Offices 419-465-2922
Trinity Lutheran Church
121 Broad Street, Monroeville
Do you need service hours and haven’t found a place to do those hours yet?
We need you at Study Tables! This is an after-school program for students up to grade 6 where volunteers help with homework, reading, and increasing math skills.
Some days we have up to 25 students and so we need extra help with the tutoring.
If you are interested in this program please contact our director, Susan Sutton, at [email protected] or simply show up after school beginning September 9th. We have this program Monday through Thursday (unless school is cancelled or not in session). We finish at 4pm.
Pastor Amy Little
Firelands Habitat For Humanity
Ages: 16 to 18 years of age with 18 and over being able to utilize power tools
Day/Times: Wednesdays and Saturdays 7:45am-2:30pm
(Groups can also pick-up another day of the week, Thursday or Friday)
Locations: Currently in Norwalk and Sandusky
Ages: 14 and older Retail Store : Unloading, cleaning & testing donations, displaying, and assisting customers
Day/Times: Tuesday-Friday 10am-5pm and Saturday 9am-4pm
Location: 7602 Milan Road (corner Rt. 250 and Fox Road)
Contact Information: www.firelandshabitat.org
Alice A. Chaffin, Volunteer Coordinator 419-621-7818 x203 [email protected]
If you are interested there are waiver forms that need to be filled out. You can send an email to Mr. Paul and they can be emailed back to you or can be picked up in the athletic office.
Streaks of Sunshine Charity Quilts
Transform fabric into patchwork quilts that
Make charity quilts for donating to local programs that provide services to sick children, chemo patients, homeless and domestic violence shelters, and the elderly.
Join us for one of our workshop at which we piece together quilt tops for donating. Because we work in groups and use simple patterns, our typical charity quilt takes about 3 hours to make.
Who Can Participate:
Anyone! Participants do not need to have sewing experience, as we always have experienced quilters available to lead the group.
All supplies (fabric, thread, and batting) are donated so all you need to bring is yourself! We also have sewing machines, irons, ironing boards, etc. to use.
We hold workshops at various times throughout the year.
How to Register or Call for More Information:
Reach Our Youth (ROY) Inc.
Reach Our Youth is a Big Brother/Sister type of organization.